Barry Bonds’ former property sold for $ 23 million
At the gated Beverly Park, the European-inspired property, once owned by its owner, Barry Bonds, sold for $ 23 million. However, the sale price is far from a major collision. The records show that the property listed for up to $ 33 million sold for $ 26.5 million last three years.
Furthermore, located on a 1.85-acre lush landscaped site, the property has a 17.100 sqm villa, a two-storey guest house, a sports court, a pool, a spa and a cabana surrounded by rolling fields. Morover, a tree-lined car road and a fountain centered motorized court is approaching dramatic entrance.
Feelings of Old World with a design palette of imported limestone, travertine floors, columns, crystal chandeliers, oversized curtains and hand-painted wall paintings are evident. Highlights include an entrance hall with a sky-lit entrance and an office with walnut panels. A chef’s kitchen equipped with an Onyx countertop and an ornate La Cornue stove.
Besides, special ceilings are located in the second floor master suite, which opens to a double bathroom, double closet and balcony. It is one of seven bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms.
The palace land, built in 1999, saves a lot of space for facilities. It has a gym, wine cellar, sauna, steam room, elevator, games room, generous wet bar and tiered living room with hand-painted ceilings and walls.
Source: Los Angeles Times
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